The sociology of law has a long-standing tradition and indeed produced a vast literature in the area of litigation. Meanwhile, a complementary perspective has been presented which we discuss with the following four perspectives: the relationship between legal economists and legal sociologists; the project of Van Loon, Delrue, and Van Wambeke; an overview of law and economics research with respect to the legal process; and the question of whether both approaches are complementary.

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Holzhauer, R., & Teijl, R. (1995). Comment on Francis van Loon, stephane delrue, and wim van wambeke, "sociological research on litigation: perspectives and examples". European Journal of Law and Economics, 2(4), 387–392. doi:10.1007/BF01541076